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Teens band together to help Shoal Lake

'This is where we get our water from and they can't drink their own water'

PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS - Seven Oaks Met School students Meg Boehm (Grade 11) and Eric Jasysyn (Grade 12) who are heading up a project, as part of their Met School studies, called Stur for Shoal, a benefit concert and fashion show to raise awareness and money for Shoal Lake 40 First Nation and its 20-year boil water advisory challenges. The two students are also starting a petition and letter-writing campaign to call for the federal and provincial governments to take action on building a water treatment plant at Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. See Ashley Press story. February 26, 2019</p>

PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS - Seven Oaks Met School students Meg Boehm (Grade 11) and Eric Jasysyn (Grade 12) who are heading up a project, as part of their Met School studies, called Stur for Shoal, a benefit concert and fashion show to raise awareness and money for Shoal Lake 40 First Nation and its 20-year boil water advisory challenges. The two students are also starting a petition and letter-writing campaign to call for the federal and provincial governments to take action on building a water treatment plant at Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. See Ashley Press story. February 26, 2019

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Updated on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 1:06 PM CST: Corrects school information

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